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As the sixth company started by Anthony Wood who is also the CEO of the company, Roku stands for the number six in Japanese. Probably one of the fastest growing streaming media player companies, the Roku streaming player has distinctively upgraded versions in quick succession starting from the first to the fifth generation of devices. Offering over-the-top content, the device captures data through a wired or wireless connection with appropriate input connections to stream it on to your TV. Users can experience unbiased streaming from a variety of providers. Roku’s streaming player list includes the Roku streaming stick, Roku Express, Roku Ultra, Roku Premiere, Roku3.Roku 4 and a few more. The name Roku has arrived from the Japanese word Roku which means six. The streaming devices get data via wired or Wi-Fi connections to an Internet router. The output data can be obtained through the audio and video cables or the HDMI cable. All you require is an active Internet connection with the security protocols like WEP or WPA.
TYPES OF ROKU STREAMING PLAYERS AND ITS FEATURES
Roku streaming players are well known for its top and the best features and had grabbed the interest of most of the users today. Best options for streaming the contents from Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, HBO go, HBO Now, Disney, YouTube, and some channels require the paid subscription.
Roku express, provides 5 times more powerful HD streaming, is affordable and easy to use. It is packed with a large number of streaming apps. A secured internet connection is essential for streaming the device:
- Settings like Screen Mirroring are available with the latest models of Roku streaming devices
- It uses a High-speed HDMI cable to stream content in 1080p or 720p
- Audio output is supported in the form of Stereo, Dolby Digital+ and DTS audio
- Remote is easy to use and has the shortcut buttons
- The Express is compatible with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network connectivity